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Woman Accidentally Poisons Family With Mushrooms Picked From Backyard

HARTFORD (CBS Hartford) - A Newington woman accidentally poisoned her family after cooking mushrooms picked from her backyard.

The Hartford Courant reports that 40-year-old Shah Noor cooked the mushrooms from her backyard for dinner for her family last Thursday. The next day, though, Noor, her husband and two daughters went to St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center after they all started vomiting and suffering extreme stomach pains. click here to read more

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